If you’re here for band marketing advice, info about the cannabis industry, or any other business matter, I’m sorry to say it may be time for you to unsubscribe. Although I have many platforms from which to share my insight on these topics, I’ve made the decision to keep this particular URL a little more […]
I’m proud to announce that I have joined up with a few of the folks on the Redbird, LLC (sub. of Mariteq) team to help launch the 65,000 square foot cannabis growth and processing facility right here in Adair County! I’m excited to lend my hard-learned skills to their sales and marketing team, and look forward to an amazing experience working with the founding crew.
After a long bout of soul searching and carefully-had discussions, our family is embarking on a MAJOR adventure. We’re Going Mortgage Free!
In this day and age, it’s so easy to lose touch of the humanity behind all these keyboard warriors and armchair detectives. Messages get mixed and intentions get misunderstood. Sometimes our typing fingers get worn out before our ideas can get expressed. Either way, there’s not enough text in a qwerty keyboard to bring back the human touch when communicating big ideas over long distances the way that face to face communication can.
Yesterday I started my day with the intentional goal of testing out more “warm” means of keeping in touch with my online friends and colleagues and the results were so amazing that I’m going to share them with you as just a sampling of the ways that video technology can help you make social media.. well.. more social.
As we gear up for spring, I assume most people are hiding out in their cozy homes, and starting to think about summer plans. Me, however, I’m working on how to maintain my business network and social connections while the roads are icing up and the calendar gets mapped out for the year. Then along comes Twitter to save the day!
In my kids’ younger days I used to get so frustrated that they would spend hours on end just watching YouTube. I’ll admit now that they were so far ahead of the game in visual media than I ever was, but back then I just couldn’t understand how what I thought was just a bunch […]
Whether I’m helping a band work a show or I’m planning my next year of blog content, I’ve always got a go-bag by my side filled with the right tools for the job at hand. Now, thanks to Kit.com there’s an easy way to play “What’s in my bag” for all of you that are following along with what I do. While I am not sponsored by Kit, any items purchased from these collections will grant me a few pennies to put into my next concert fund, so I appreciate all of your support!